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people remember you. >> melissa brown is a real estate agent who uses them to give customers information on the spot. >> it goes directly to my website and i have it programmed so photos of the house and information of the house is readily available, instantaneous. >> david wanted a fastzer way to market his music. when i go to shows they are asking do you have this, do you have that? take your phone out and see. >> it's the shortest distance between curiosity and content. it's easier to hover your phone over a code or thumb type in a url. >> want more information on it, scan our special business code to learn more. >>> so, how important is it for your business to jump on that qr code bandwagon? we want to show you our qr code once again. go ahead, scan that code on the screen and you'll find a special video about qr codes and you'll be taken to facebook and twitter pages. go ahead, scan it and check it out. now, let's talk about the board of directors, angela jia kim founder of saver the success.com and barry moltz is a small business consultant. barrymoltz.com. we took our own advice.
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direction and swept the fog away and revealed the browns and oaks of november. and yeah, the camera is bouncing around in a blustery wind as we saw there with melissa down there on the mall, the wind is picking up there as well. and we look at what has been happening over the last twel hours, the radar and satellite showing an area of rain, those areas of green showing sprinkles, showing up right now in loudoun county and far western fairfax county and that's crossing the potomac and move into maryland and frederick county now. the northern suburb will get a few sprinkles over the next few minutes. the cloud cover thinned out, and sun breaking out in shenandoah valley. and they still have fog ling lingering in a few places there. temperatures are about the warmest they will be for the rest of the day. peaking at 58. the colder air is coming in. ten degrees colder in gaitersburg, and out encumberland, in the mid-40s. the temperatures will continue to drop. we will take a look at dramatic changes on the way for tonight and into tomorrow and on the weekend coming up. >> we want to be r
senator, sherry brown, later in the program. and then police sprayed peaceful protesters. and we have our guests. msnbc contributor, melissa harris perry, and was also here yesterday, and veteran, bob herbert, now a distinguished senior fellow at the think tank. thank you for joining me. >>> first off, all candidates met in a church last night for a debate. it was sponsored by the christian group. the six candidates sat shoulder to shoulder around a table direct directed for thanksgiving. rick santorum, and herman cain was asked about a moment that led them to the path of god which i found effective, and then newt gingrich jumped all over the occupy wall street protesters. this is the biggest applause line of the night. take a listen. >> all of the occupy movements starts with the premise that we owe them everything, and they take over a public park they didn't pay for to go nearby to use bathrooms they didn't pay for, and to beg for food and obstruct those to go to work that are sustaining the park so they can self-righteous lisa stain they are the paragons to which we show everything. t
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